Jordan Myles: ‘WWE Doesn’t Care About Black People’ Also Says ‘F—K ROH’


WWE NXT Superstar Jordan Myles has replied to WWE’s statement that he collaborated with the company and approved the T-shirt design he has outed as racially insensitive.

In a new tweet, he says that a WWE employee named Baker Landon told him that Triple H approved the design and when he asked Triple H about it, “H” said he was under the impression that Jordan had approved the design.

To take it one step further and back up his claim, he released an email from Landon saying that Triple H wanted the lettering on the design to look “more teethy”:

Myles’ anger would continue to escalate as he would put out a tweet calling WWE’s system a fraud and would knock the company for keeping Hulk Hogan employed.

Then, the NXT star would release a video with a very powerful statement, “WWE doesn’t care about black people,” he’d say before holding up the middle finger.

Then, he would turn his venom to his former home, ROH.

Myles would say that stars like him and Cedric Alexander were left “chasing a carrot on a stick,” while Jay Lethal got all the glory. He would even call the longest reigning ROH Champion an “Uncle Tom:”

Stay tuned to eWn as we provide updates to this story as they become available.

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